Technology of google earth is well-known could capture anything. There are some mysterious google earth imaging that you curious to know.
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1. The Blood Lake of Iraq
The bloody lake is situated just outside Iraq’s Sadr City. This amazing red lake has led to a numerous speculation looks like blood. Several believe the blood was from animal butchered by local people and dump into the lake. Others also believe it was from chemical pollution, severe increase in salt levels, or algae bloom. However, you still can go swimming there.
2. Car on The Building
Ridiculous image that shown a car parked on the side of the building. W**T**F** is that?
3. The Horse Rider
The land naturally formed the shape of the man with the horse.
4. Man with Earphone
Land in Alberta, Canada naturally form a native american wearing an earphone.
5. A Car and UFO
Look somebody have met with an UFO.
6. A Sea Monster
This strange image was accidentally captured on April 9, 2016 near Deception Island in the South Shetland Islands of Antarctica.
7. A Kidnapped Woman
This is a very disturbing screenshot. The sad thing about finding things like this on Google Earth is that those people are long gone. And the woman…she’s dead.
8. Tossing Dead Body
Whatever happen down there is not good.
9. Man on Trunk
Accidentally captured a funny naked guy came out from his car trunk.
10. Man with Horse Head
What is the man doing there?
11. Man on the Run
Accidentally captured an image of man with prisoner suit running.
12. Car with Notes
An image shown car with lots of notes.
13. Man Chasing a Bear
It’s bare man versus bad bear. The Google Street View camera just accidentally discovered that the best way to scold your neighbor’s pet bear is to chase him off your property with a club while going shirtless.
14. Man in Trash
Image shown a man in trash bin.
15. Psycho Killers
Scary image accidentally captured with those guys wearing mask and blood on their car.
16. UFO on the Sky
This is how Independence Day started isn’t it? DO NOT go underneath that. Whatever that is.
17. Phantom Island
In 2012, a group of Australian researchers “undiscovered” an island the size of Manhattan in the South Pacific. A mysterious place called Sandy Island had popped up on maps, northwest of New Caledonia. It even showed up as a black polygon on Google Earth. But when scientists sailed there in November 2012, they found open water instead of solid ground.
18. Gobi Desert
New found Google Earth images have revealed an array of mysterious structures and patterns etched into the surface of China’s Gobi Desert. According to experts, this is a secret military base, and the structures are used for a variety of purposes including weapons testing, spy satellite calibration and testing of radar instrumentation. The most elaborate feature, an intricate grid of perfectly straight lines that weave back and forth every few hundred feet for 20 miles (33 kilometers), is most likely a Yagi antenna array, a device used for weather tracking and other atmospheric research.
19. Landlocked Lips
These luscious lips are a hill formation located in Gharb, Darfur, in Sudan at coordinates 12°22’13.32″N, 23°19’20.18″E.
20. Australia UFO
In Australia, at coordinates 30°30’38.44″S 115°22’56.03″E, a strange triangle dotted with bright lights appears in the middle of a field. When first discovered in 2007, ufologists were quick to call it a “triangle UFO” caught in the act of hovering above Earth.
On the wind-blown steppes of central Asia, in an isolated corner of Kazakhstan, there’s a large pentagram, measuring roughly 1,200 feet (366 meters) in diameter, etched into Earth’s surface. The five-pointed star surrounded by a circle, located on the southern shore of the Upper Tobol Reservoir, shows up vividly on Google Maps, the online version of the more detailed Google Earth. Many online comments linked the site with devil worship, nefarious religious sects or denizens of the underworld. Alas, the pentagram turns out to be the outline of a park made in the form of a star; the star is marked by roadways that are now lined with trees, making the star shape even more distinct in aerial photos.